AP Pension scoops professor from rival to expand management team

Danish pensions firms adds a third man to boost its top management, and finds the right candidate for the job over at competitor PFA.

Thomas Møller | Photo: Privatfoto

An ever-expanding business scope has prompted AP Pension to grow its management team to three members from the duo that has been at the helm until now.

The pension fund is now hiring Thomas Møller as its new CMO. He is former head of the actuarial unit at PFA, AP Pension tells FinansWatch.

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